This week in Weston, Wisconsin, there were two notable incidents. The first incident involved a Port Edwards man who was sentenced to 18 months in prison for crashing his vehicle while intoxicated. The crash occurred on Schofield Avenue and resulted in significant damage to the vehicle. The second incident was a traffic crash involving a semi-truck and a parked car. Unfortunately, a medical emergency in the area also resulted in a non-suspicious death.
Thomas W. Shelley, a Port Edwards man, was sentenced to 18 months in prison for crashing his vehicle while intoxicated. The crash occurred on Schofield Avenue and resulted in heavy damage to the passenger door and front end of the Chevrolet Cavalier. Shelley was charged with his fifth drunken driving offense, along with bail jumping and possessing THC.
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A traffic crash occurred in Weston, involving a semi-truck and a parked car. Further details about the crash were not provided in the available information.
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